Eugenia Raffo
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Great game to practice homophones

I'm thinking of doing weekly minilessons on confusing Homophones where the kids can record what we learn in their writing binders to frequently reference for editing drafts more accurately and independently.

like the idea of these kinds of charts. maybe laminate and save for future kids and only hang on the wall when working on that subject? maybe have a "subject of the week" space on the wall for interchangeable things like this. ???

like the idea of these kinds of charts. maybe laminate and save for future kids and only hang on the wall when working on that subject? maybe have a "subject of the week" space on the wall for interchangeable things like this.

FREE punctuation posters!

These song posters teach punctuation to your class! It will keep the kids entertained and is a good way to help with their memory. They also include some rhyming, which could work two things in one

Here is a blog post on using effective Point of View anchor charts and interactive PowerPoints for teaching reading skills to your students.

Creativity In the Common Core Classroom: Point of View Anchor Chart and Interactive PowerPoint for Classroom Use